Megan Ayrault


Megan Ayrault is the founder of All About Animal Massage, an on-line resource for everything you need to know about massage and bodywork for the animals you love.


Megan Ayrault is a Licensed Massage Practitioner for animals and people and a professional educator with a Master in Teaching degree from Seattle University. Prior to her current bodywork career, Megan worked in schools and with horses, and enjoyed teaching therapeutic riding for children and adults with disabilities. The therapy horses, as well as her own animals, were her original motivation for learning massage.

Megan’s main interests and training in bodywork have included Myofascial Release, Shiatsu, Acupressure, Craniosacral Therapy, and a variety of massage approaches. In her private practice near Seattle, she has been massaging horses since 2001, people and dogs since 2002, and has taught animal massage with the Northwest School of Animal Massage since 2004.

Together with her All About Animal Massage colleagues, Megan is dedicated to supporting all animal lovers in discovering the benefits of massage and bodywork for the animals in their care.

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Horses have has always been a part of Jessica Phoenix’s life and since her discovery of the sport of eventing this Uxbridge Ontario daughter has not been shy of opportunities to convert her passion into benchmark experiences.Jessica said “Competing and winning gold for Canada has always been my dream. Representing my country at the Pan American Games (2007). brought me one step closer! As a profession I teach and train riders and horses allowing me to connect from the grass roots right up to the highest level of competition. I feel that by realizing my own dream I can best help Canadian Equestrians of the future reach theirs!”

She has a long list of accomplishments including a recent trip to the Jersey Fresh CCI*** riding Exponential.  They claimed fifth place in his first CCI***.

A solid dressage test positioned the pair well to move up the leader board into fifth place after a clean cross country with minimal time. Exponential then jumped a clear show jump round on the final day of competition to secure the fifth place win. ‘Tucker’ also won the Best Conditioned Horse award while Jessica won the Best Sportsmanship award.